MySQL Editor


#1

Got an easy question. What is the GUI editor used in the tutorial
videos to
edit the mysql database?


#2

On 25-May-06, at 9:17 PM, Jason Kumpf wrote:

Got an easy question. What is the GUI editor used in the tutorial
videos to edit the mysql database?

cocoa mysql


#3

On 25-May-06, at 9:17 PM, Jason Kumpf wrote:

Got an easy question. What is the GUI editor used in the tutorial
videos to edit the mysql database?

btw - CocoaMySQL 0.5 is old - September 2003 - the project appears
stagnant, though the FAQ claims it isn’t. I don’t think it supports
MySQL 4.1 or 5 properly (maybe the beta version does?). It might be
fine for basic stuff, but I’d be nervous about getting too
comfortable with it until it’s updated.

Check out phpMyAdmin if you haven’t already - it’s awesome.

-Mike


#4

I have always found cocoa mysql to be a bit buggy.

Recommend YourSQL http://yoursql.ludit.it/ instead. However it does
not have any extensive user creation tool but that is a simple SQL
line you can just type yourself.

On 5/26/06, Mike O. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

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#5

On 26-May-06, at 5:40 AM, Jon Gretar B. wrote:

I have always found cocoa mysql to be a bit buggy.

Recommend YourSQL http://yoursql.ludit.it/ instead. However it does
not have any extensive user creation tool but that is a simple SQL
line you can just type yourself.

Thanks for the suggestion, I like how this app is organized.

It’s actually quick too, after changing the rows returned to 100
instead of 5000! (:


#6

you could try the more recent betas:
http://cocoamysql.sourceforge.net/beta.php

i am using 0.7b3 with mysql 5.0.19 on os x without issue.